The 2018 NFL season is over.
And the 2017 season was no exception.
We have seen the end of an era.
The 2016 season was an epic battle between the AFL and AFLW to the very end, and that ended with the AFLW deciding to switch to a broadcast model and moving to a 30-game schedule.
It was a wild ride, but one that could have been much different.
The AFL had the opportunity to try something that has never been tried before: broadcast rights.
With the AFL’s first season on the horizon, the league was eager to get it right.
That meant making changes, but not without some drama.
On June 3, the AFL announced it would change its broadcast model.
Instead of using the AFL to broadcast its games, it would be the AFL.
The new broadcast model would be based on the format of the AFLU, a broadcast rights organization that was formed in 2018.
After months of discussion, the decision was announced on June 24, 2019.
What did the AFL change?
The AFL made some major changes, including the addition of two teams, a two-team playoff format, and a new TV contract.
Television ratings would go up and the AFL would get a bigger audience than ever.
But the biggest change came when the AFL introduced the “second season.”
The second season was supposed to be a showcase of the best players, a way to show off the best of the competition and show that the AFL is back.
Instead, it was a mess.
The 2016/17 season was one of the worst ever in the history of the NLA.
During the season, the NFA showed the league a glimpse of what was to come, but it was not a positive sign for the future.
For starters, the team with the highest TV ratings at the end was the Gold Coast Titans.
Then the Titans lost two of their top-three players to the AFL in James Hird and Sam Day, the two players that could make up the AFL with the best ratings at that time.
In 2017, the Titans won the season-opening game, but were knocked out of the finals series by the Melbourne Storm.
Things got even worse for the NBL when the league lost out to the Western Bulldogs, who had the most TV ratings in the AFL at the time.
They won the championship and ended up as the top seed in the league.
Why did the NPA change its broadcasting model?
The AFL wanted to make the NPL the main television channel in the game.
And they were not alone.
NFL teams and fans had long been demanding a return to a TV broadcast model, and the league had a few other options.
If the AFL was going to change, the new broadcast system had to be competitive.
The league could have simply opted to have a 30 game schedule.
It was the format that the league used during the AFL season, which gave the AFL a chance to prove itself and show the fans what they had in store for them.
Instead, the changes were made to the league’s model.
It changed the broadcast model from a one-year deal to a two year deal.
This means that the first season will have to be the league and the NWA that decides the schedule.
This is the first time in league history that the NELA has chosen a single entity to broadcast the league instead of the two teams.
It also means the AFL has more time to develop and fine tune the schedule before the next season.
The NWA will not be involved in the schedule, but they will be involved with scheduling the games.
The first game is set for July 4, 2020, with the second game being played on August 13.
The league will then decide what the third game will be.
There will be no additional games.
Instead of the league trying to schedule the first and second games the way they have for years, it will have more flexibility.
The next game could be played on October 14.
Because the first game will not take place until 2020, the first two games could not be played at the same time.
Instead the teams would have to make up a three-game series instead.
This will also mean that teams that were not ready for the league to start the season can start it as soon as the new schedule is released.
If a team has played two games in a row, then they can play their third game immediately.
How will this affect the NAB?
The first question you will have is, will this change affect the AFL?
The answer is a resounding yes.
If the league does not change the format, it can expect the NLL to be in a much different position than it was when the NOLA split.
The AFL is going to be much better equipped to compete with the NLE, and there